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* Headlines for June 29, 2005 * Fmr. Pentagon Insider Blasts Bush's Iraq Speech and Repeated References to 9/11 * Journalist Patrick Cockburn Calls Iraq a "Bloody Mess" One Year After Handover of "Sovereignty" * Mother of Soldier Killed in Iraq: "The Best Way To Honor My Son's Death Would Be To Bring The Troops Home" * Iraqi Blogger Criticizes Western Media For Excluding Iraqi Voices * Rahul Mahajan: "Bush Trots Out Bin Laden to Justify Anything He is...
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* Headlines for December 5, 2005 * Extraordinary Rendition Scandal Reaches New Heights: Rice on the Offensive in Europe Over Bush Administration's Use of "Torture Flights" * British Tory MP Blasts Extraordinary Rendition, Says Britain Broke International Law and "Complicit in Torture" if Flights Passed Through UK * Noam Chomsky, Arundhati Roy Among 13,000 to Sign Petition Calling for Release of Kidnapped Aid Workers
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Democracy Now! daily radio broadcast for Monday, August 01, 2005
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* Headlines for January 12, 2006 * Senators Grill Alito on Membership and Involvement in Discriminatory Group * Alito Refuses to State Whether Roe v. Wade is Settled Law * Alito Dismisses Foreign Law as Not "Appropriate or Useful" * Feinstein Grills Alito on Rulings in Key Environmental Cases
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* Headlines for April 25, 2005 * Getting Away with Torture? Human Rights Watch Calls for Accountability Into U.S. Abuse of Detainees * Birthday of Imprisoned Panchen Lama: The World's Youngest Political Prisoner Turns 16 * Ousted Ecuadorian President Gutierrez Exiled in Brazil Following Mass Uprising * Fmr. Haitian Prime Minister Beaten in Prison as Interim Gv't Prepares to Charge Him in Connection with Political Killings
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* Headlines for August 11, 2005 * Psychological Warfare? A Debate on the Role of Mental Health Professionals in Military Interrogations at Guantanamo, Abu Ghraib and Beyond
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* Headlines for August 15, 2005 * Israeli Settlers Resist Gaza Pullout, Palestinians Call for Withdrawal from West Bank * Aceh Peace Agreement Leaves Indonesian Military in Place
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* Headlines for January 5, 2006 * Were the Deaths of the 12 Coal Miners Preventable? A Look At the History of Safety Violations at the Sago Mine * Whistleblower Warns the Bush Administration Is Cutting Back Mining Safety Regulations * Ariel Sharon Suffers Major Stroke: Uri Avnery & Rabbi Michael Lerner Discuss the Future of Israel
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* Headlines for November 7, 2005 * Urban Unrest Escalates in France as Riots Continue for 11th Straight Night * Bush Fails to Revive Free Trade Talks in Latin America Amid Mass Protests * The Fox In The Henhouse: How Privatization Threatens Democracy
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* Headlines for February 6, 2006 * "Grandpa" Al Lewis 1923-2006: Actor, Radio Host and Lifelong Political Activist Dead at 82 * Betty Friedan 1921-2006: Women's Rights Pioneer Helped Launch Modern-Day Feminist Movement
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* Headlines for March 30, 2006 * Kidnapped Reporter Jill Carroll Freed in Baghdad * Senate Debate Over Immigration Reform Heats Up in Washington * Abramoff Sentenced to 70 Months in Prison As Senate Passes Lobbying Reform Bill That Excludes Campaign Finance * Report Exposes Telecom Industry's Astroturf Lobbying Groups * How Lobbyists Helped Secure Billions in Taxpayer Subsidies For Big Oil Companies Despite Record Profits
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Democracy Now! television program for Tuesday, October 6, 2009 Headlines for October 06, 2009 Twitter Crackdown: NYC Activist Arrested for Using Social Networking Site during G-20 Protest in Pittsburgh A Hidden $34 Billion Bank Subsidy? Study Exposes How Taxpayers Are Subsidizing Bank of America, Citigroup, Wells Fargo and Other Large Banks Environmental Battle Brews in New York over Natural Gas Drilling
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* Headlines for May 25, 2006 * Afghanistan in Turmoil: 330+ Killed in One Week, U.S. Bombing Raids Continue, Taliban Seizing Control in Southern Region * While Some See Compromise, Critics Say Senate Immigration Bill Punishes Undocumented Immigrants * U.S. Court Rules Wrongfully-Held Detainee Khaled El-Masri Can't Sue CIA For Kidnapping Him * Special Memorial Day Preview...Fmr. British Navy Spokesman Lieutenant Commander Steve Tatham on Losing Arab Hearts and Minds
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Democracy Now! daily radio broadcast for Thursday, June 02, 2005
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Democracy Now! television program for Wednesday, January 27, 2010 Headlines for January 27, 2010 Zelaya to Leave Honduras as Coup Leaders Cleared “Casino Jack and the United States of Money”–A Look at Corporate Money and Politics
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* Headlines for October 3, 2005 * Bush Nominates Longtime Friend and Attorney Harriet Miers for Supreme Court * Orleans Parish DA Eddie Jordan on Racial Stereotyping, Police Looting and Private Military Contractors
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* Headlines for April 14, 2006 * Thousands of Protesters, Journalists, Lawyers Arrested in Nepal as Mass Pro-Democracy Demonstrations Continue Against King * Part II: The End of the Internet? Net Neutrality Threatened by Cable, Telecom Interests * Iraqi CBS Cameraman Released After 1 Year Imprisonment by U.S. Forces
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* Headlines for October 6, 2005 * Fmr. Army Chaplain James Yee on the Abuse of Prisoners at Guantanamo, His Wrongful Imprisonment and Anti-Muslim Sentiment in the Military
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* Headlines for June 30, 2005 * Fmr. NY Congressmember Holtzman Calls For President Bush and His Senior Staff To Be Held Accountable for Abu Ghraib Torture * Zimbabwe Amb. vs. Trade Union Leader on Forced Urban Removal in Harare
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* Headlines for April 18, 2005 * An Hour With Mexican Writers Elena Poniatowska and Paco Ignacio Taibo on the Mexican Elections, the Zapatistas and President Bush
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* Headlines for July 25, 2005 * Two Unions Expected to Quit AFL-CIO in One of the Largest Shakeups Ever in the American Labor Movement * Hate Crimes Soar in Britain as Police Defend "Shoot to Kill" Policy * Bush Met With Judge Roberts One Day Before Crucial Ruling on Guantanamo Military Tribunals * Father Jean-Juste Arrested in Port-au-Prince, Held Incommunicado
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A Tribute to Yip Harburg: The Man Who Put the Rainbow in the Wizard of Oz
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* Headlines for December 27, 2005 * Critical Mass Bike Rides Face Police Crackdown * New Video Evidence Shows NYPD Covert Surveillance of Cyclists and Protests * "It's An Excellent Relationship": NYPD on Police - CIA Links
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* Headlines for March 21, 2006 * Videotape Forces Pentagon to Investigate Claims U.S. Marines Shot Dead 15 Iraqi Civilians in Apparent Revenge Killings * Fmr. GOP Strategist Kevin Phillips on American Theocracy: The Peril and Politics of Radical Religion, Oil, and Borrowed Money in the 21st Century
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* Headlines for October 14, 2005 * Russell Simmons, Larry Hamm and Julianne Malveaux on the Millions More Movement * Professor Preacher Michael Eric Dyson on the State of the Country: "Some of Us are In First Class, But The Plane Is In Trouble"
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* Headlines for January 27, 2006 * How Middle East Media Cover Hamas Victory: Mosaic Compiles Arab T.V. News for U.S. Audience * Ford and GM Devastate Workers by Slashing Jobs and Closing Plants * The Great Firewall of China: Internet Companies Censor Material at Chinese Government’s Request
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* Headlines for May 3, 2006 * Daughter of Sami Al-Arian Says Family "Devastated" by Father's Continued Imprisonment, Blasts Media Coverage * Sami Al-Arian Co-Defendant Sameeh Hammoudeh Remains in Jail Four Months After Being Acquitted of All Charges * Stephen Colbert's Blistering Performance Mocking Bush and the Press Goes Ignored by the Media
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* Headlines for April 28, 2006 * Has Global Oil Production Reached Maximum Capacity? A Debate on Peak Oil * Jesse Jackson on Race Comments by New White House Press Secretary Tony Snow: "An Attempt to Make the Quest for Racial Justice Illegitimate" * March for Peace, Justice and Democracy Scheduled in New York * Immigrant Rights Groups Call for Massive Nationwide General Work Strike and Economic Boycott * Tens of Thousands Expected for DC Demonstration Against Darfur Genocide * Raging...
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* Headlines for May 9, 2006 * Chicago's Abu Ghraib: UN Committee Against Torture Hears Report on How Police Tortured Over 135 African-American Men Inside Chicago Jails * LA Times Baghdad Bureau Chief: "[More People] Are Dying Violently Now Than At Any Time Since The U.S.-Led Invasion" * Ken Silverstein on CIA Chief Porter Goss’ Abrupt Resignation & The Duke Cunningham Bribery Scandal
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* Headlines for April 21, 2005 * Remembering Humanitarian Aid Worker & Activist Marla Ruzicka * Haiti's Aristide Calls For His Restoration to Power * U.S. Funding Iraqi Militias Led by Baathists As Part of Counter-Insurgency Operation
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* Headlines for October 11, 2005 * Did Mohamed ElBaradei and the IAEA Deserve to Win the Nobel Peace Prize? * Texan Environmental Activist Diane Wilson: Why I Refuse to go Jail * Devastated by Mudslides, Guatemalan Villagers Refuse Military Aid Remembering 1990 Army Massacre
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* Headlines for November 29, 2005 * Pulitzer Prize Winning Journalist Seymour Hersh on Where the Iraq War is Headed Next * Al Jazeera in the Crosshairs: Did Bush Really Want to Bomb the Arabic TV Network's Headquarters in 2004? * Coloradans File Federal Lawsuit Charging White House Staffers with Unlawful Removal During Bush "Town-Hall-Style" Event
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* Headlines for March 14, 2006 * U.S. Exclusive: Moazzam Begg Describes Abuse at Bagram and Guantanamo and Witnessing the Killing of Two Fellow Detainees * British Human Rights Lawyer Gareth Peirce and "Enemy Combatant" Co-Author Victoria Brittain Blast U.S.-Run Prison at Guantanamo Bay * In Historic Move, Feingold Introduces Resolution to Censure President Bush * Over 100,000 March in Chicago to Protest Immigration Reform Bill in One of Biggest Pro-Immigrant Rallies in U.S. History
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Public lecture “With Liberty and Justice For All: The Politics of War and Remembrance” at the Charles B. Wang Center at Stony Brook University. One of eight lectures featuring Noam Chomsky in the spring 2003. Time stamps based on original source tapes.
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* Headlines for March 23, 2006 * The Return of Black Bag Searches? Oregon Attorney on Why He Feels Federal Agents Broke into His Home and Office to Conduct Clandestine Searches * Another Civilian Massacre? U.S. Launches Investigation After Iraqi Police Accuse U.S. Troops of Murdering 11 Men, Women and Children Last Week * Iraqi Exile Speaks Out Against the Targeting of Gay Iraqis by Shia Death Squads * Three Kidnapped Peace Activists Freed in Baghdad
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* Headlines for April 7, 2006 * Libby Says Bush Authorized Leaks of Highly Classified Iraq Intel to Bolster Case for War * Amy Goodman Questions Fmr. Chief Military Spokesman in Iraq About U.S. Killing, Detaining of Journalists and Planting of News Stories in Iraqi Press * Robert Fisk on Iraq, Palestine and the Failure of the U.S. Corporate Media to Challenge Authority
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* Headlines for March 8, 2006 * British Journalists Face Pressure from Police After Revelations on Menezes Shooting * Legendary Actor Vanessa Redgrave Calls Cancellation of Rachel Corrie Play an “Act of Catastrophic Cowardice” * Women's Voices From Africa: A Conversation with Margaret Busby
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* Headlines for April 17, 2006 * Retired Colonel Sam Gardiner on Iran War Plans: "The Issue is Not Whether the Military Option Would Be Used But Who Approved the Start of Operations Already" * Fmr. Top Italian News Anchor Lilli Gruber on the Italy Elections, Media Monopoly and Beating Berlusconi for a Seat in European Parliament * Jailed Palestinian Professor Sami Al-Arian to Be Deported After Prosecutors Fail to Convict Him on a Single Charge
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* Headlines for April 24, 2006 * Nagin, Landrieu Face Run-Off in New Orleans Election, Tens of Thousands of Displaced Residents Barred from Voting * FEMA's Dirty Little Secret: A Rare Look Inside the Renaissance Village Trailer Park, Home to Over 2,000 Hurricane Katrina Evacuees * NYC Union Chief Roger Toussaint Remains Defiant Hours Before Heading to Jail for Leading Transit Strike
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* Headlines for March 27, 2006 * Between 500,000 to 2 Million Take to the Streets of L.A. To Demonstrate Against Anti-Immigrant Bill * Freed British Peace Activist Norman Kember Tells World Not to Forget Plight of "Ordinary Iraqi People" * Bush Signs Statements to Bypass Torture Ban, Oversight Rules in Patriot Act * Blood Money? As Divestiture Movement Heats Up, Sudan Government Pays Close to $1 Million for New York Times Supplement Advocating Investment and Praising "Peaceful,...
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* Headlines for April 10, 2006 * Historic African-American New Orleans Church Reopened After Weeks Of Protests & Rectory Sit-In * New Orleans Residents and Evacuees Blast State of Schools, Housing, Jobs at Mayoral Forum * "Poor People, Disabled People, People of Color Are Not Welcomed Back to New Orleans" - Activists Paint Grim Picture of Struggling City
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* Headlines for March 10, 2006 * Former Labour MP Tony Benn on how Britain Secretly Helped Israel Build Its Nuclear Arsenal * The Next Gulf: London, Washington & the Oil Conflict in Nigeria
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* Headlines for March 29, 2006 * A Debate on the Senate's Proposed Overhaul of Immigration Laws * Thousands of Students Defy School Lockdowns and Continue Walkouts to Protest Anti-Immigrant Bill * Walkout: The True Story of the Historic 1968 Chicano Student Walkout in East L.A.
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Democracy Now! special Democratic National Convention television broadcast for Monday, August 14, 2000
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* Headlines for April 15, 2005 * Debt Slavery? Congress Approves Bush's Bankruptcy Bill * War Tax Resistance: Refusing to Fund War on Tax Day * Chicano Leader Rodolfo "Corky" Gonzales 1929-2005: "He Was the Fist. He Stood For Defiance, Resistance"
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* Headlines for May 13, 2005 * John Bolton Suffers Setback In Bid to Become UN Ambassador * War Resister Pablo Paredes Wins Surprise Victory: Military Judges Orders No Jail Time For Refusing Deployment Orders * Missouri Prepares to Cut 100,000 More From Receiving Medicaid Benefits * Ousted Haitian PM Yvon Neptune Enters 25th Day of Hunger Strike * Affordable Wireless Internet For All: How Media Activists Are Making Champaign-Urbana Illinois A Model For Community Wi-Fi
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* Headlines for April 27, 2005 * Giuliana Sgrena Blasts U.S. Cover Up, Calls for U.S. and Italy to Leave Iraq * Howard Zinn: "To Be Neutral, To Be Passive In A Situation Is To Collaborate With Whatever Is Going On"
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* Headlines for June 14, 2005 * Senate Apologizes For Not Enacting Anti-Lynching Legislation, A Look at Journalist and Anti-Lynching Crusader Ida B. Wells * Strange Fruit: Anthem of the Anti-Lynching Movement * Mississippi Trial Begins in 1964 Civil Rights Killings
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* Headlines for August 19, 2005 * Crawford Vigil Is Not Over: Exclusive Interview with Cindy Sheehan After Mother's Stroke: "I Want to Get Back As Soon As Possible" * Army Vet Ann Wright Running "Field Operations for Peace, Not War" * Mother Nadia McCaffrey Showed the World a Casualty of the Iraq War * State Senator Becky Lourey Lost Her Son in Iraq, Now She's Fighting Against the War * Navy Officer Charlie Anderson: "We Don't Need Yellow Ribbons, We Need Help, We Need...
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* Headlines for October 13, 2005 * Liberia's First Election Since the Civil War: High Turnout and High Hopes * Top Al-Jazeera Reporter Yousri Fouda On the Media and His Interviews with Al Qaeda Leaders * Democrats Chant "Shame" in Congress After Bills Pass Benefiting Big Businesses
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* Headlines for July 1, 2005 * NYPD Arrest 181 Black Men in Queens After Cop Shot in the Leg * Fired Wal-Mart Executive Sues After Blowing the Whistle on Factory Conditions in Central America * Selling Women Short: The Landmark Battle for Worker's Rights at Wal-Mart * Rep. Bernie Sanders: "CAFTA is a Disaster for the People of Central America and the USA" * First American-Born Mad Cow Discovered in Texas
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* Headlines for September 9, 2005 * Is the Government Trying to Stem the Tide of Images From New Orleans by Threatening Journalists? * FEMA Promotes Pat Robertson Charity * Crisis Profiteering: Dick Cheney, Halliburton and Hurricane Katrina * Democracy Now! Engineer Mike DiFilippo Lends A Hand in Alabama and Mississippi
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* Headlines for October 21, 2005 * Lawyer: Guantanamo Detainees on Hunger Strike Tortured and Violently Force-Fed by Guards, Medical Staff * Scott Ritter on the Untold Story of the Intelligence Conspiracy to Undermine the UN and Overthrow Saddam Hussein * Seymour Hersh and Scott Ritter on Iraq, WMDs and the Role of the Clinton Administration in the 1990s
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* Headlines for August 26, 2005 * 20 Massacred in Port-au-Prince Soccer Stadium, Jailed Jean-Juste Mulls Presidential Run * Grieving Military Mothers Rally Around Cindy Sheehan at Camp Casey * 50 Years After the Murder of Emmett Till, the Investigation Continues * Bob Dylan Performing "The Ballad of the Emmett Till" on Pacifica Radio's WBAI in 1962
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* Headlines for December 21, 2005 * Mayor Bloomberg Condemns New York City Transit Strike, MTA Workers Hold Firm * A Debate on the New York City Transit Strike * New Documents Show FBI Spying on Domestic Activist Groups * First Step Towards Impeachment? Conyers Introduces Bills to Censure Bush and Cheney
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* Headlines for January 3, 2006 * National Security Agency Whistleblower Warns Domestic Spying Program Is Sign the U.S. is Decaying Into a “Police State” * Former “Economic Hit Man” John Perkins on “The First Truly Global Empire” and its Impact on Latin America
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* Headlines for November 18, 2005 * Woodward Downplayed CIA Leak Case Despite Involvement * A Debate: Does Wal-Mart Work or is it a High Cost for Low Price?
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* Headlines for January 18, 2006 * Eugene McCarthy (1916 - 2005): The Legacy of the Former Senator and Anti-War Presidential Candidate * Hugh Thompson's Gunner Describes Pointing His Weapon at Fellow U.S. Soldiers to Stop My Lai Massacre * Selling the Amazon For a Handful of Beads: A Look at Secret Contracts Between Big Oil and the Ecuadorian Military
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* Headlines for February 14, 2006 * Fmr. Israeli Foreign Minister Shlomo Ben Ami Debates Outspoken Professor Norman Finkelstein on Israel, the Palestinians, and the Peace Process * Fmr. Israeli Foreign Minister: "If I were a Palestinian, I Would Have Rejected Camp David" * Norman Finkelstein on the "Not-so-New New Anti-Semitism" and Shlomo Ben Ami on Terror, Torture, and Peace
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* Headlines for October 26, 2005 * Col. Janis Karpinski, the Former Head of Abu Ghraib, Admits She Broke the Geneva Conventions But Says the Blame "Goes All the Way to The Top"
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* Headlines for November 30, 2005 * A Conversation with Death Row Prisoner Stanley Tookie Williams from his San Quentin Cell * Video Broadcast of Kidnapped Members of Christian Peacemaker Teams that Helped Expose Abu Ghraib Prisoner Abuse Scandal * 10 Years After the Arrest of U.S. Citizen Lori Berenson in Peru, her Father Mark Berenson Reads a Statement She Released from Prison
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* Isolated Native American Communities Struggle in the Aftermath of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita * A Conversation with the "Chimpanzee Lady": Jane Goodall on Animals, the Environment and her Life
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* Headlines for April 26, 2006 * Nat Hentoff on the Government Crackdown on Information From Whistleblowers to Journalists * FBI Seeks to Seize Control of Files of Deceased Investigative Journalist Jack Anderson * Pentagon Papers Whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg to Government Insiders: Risk Prison to Leak Information Exposing Illegal Government Actions * Chernobyl 20 Years Later: New Report Finds Death Toll From Nuclear Disaster Close to 100,000
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* Headlines for November 28, 2005 * American Citizen Jailed in Saudi Arabia for 20 Months Convicted in U.S. Court of Joining al-Qaeda and Plotting to Assassinate Bush * Torture and Survival in a Saudi Prison: William Sampson Recounts his 2 1/2 Year Ordeal, Calls Torture "Morally Wrong, a Political Mistake" and Useless for Intelligence Gathering
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* Headlines for April 7, 2005 * Iraq's New President Jalal Talabani: Ally of CIA, Iranian Intelligence and Saddam Hussein * Washington's Trojan Horse in the New Iraqi Government: Vice President Abdel Mahdi * Washington's Neocon in Baghdad? Zalmay Khalilzad Nominated as U.S. Ambassador * DeLay Under Scrutiny Again for Ethics Violations
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* Headlines for March 9, 2006 * Iraqi Novelist Haifa Zangana: U.S. Troops Must Withdraw Now * Crackdown on Civil Liberties in the UK: Roundtable Discussion on New Anti-Protest Laws, Extraordinary Rendition, Immigration Laws & Torture
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* Headlines for August 22, 2005 * Cindy's Crawford: Camp Casey Continues to Grow Despite Sheehan's Absence * Pro-Bush Demonstrators Mount "I Give a Sheet" Campaign * "If Bush Is Right, Martin Luther King Jr. Was Wrong" - Activist Rev. Peter Johnson Speaks at Camp Casey * Mother of First Soldier from Georgia Killed in Iraq Also Demands to Speak with Bush * Former Homeless Veteran Describes How Horrors of War Continues to Plague Soldiers at Home * Military Wife Speaks Out on...
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* Headlines for April 18, 2006 * Outrage in Milwaukee Over Acquittal by All-White Jury of Police Officers Charged in Vicious Beating * Darfur Refugee and Top UN Envoy for Prevention of Genocide Discuss Humanitarian Crisis in Sudan and Role of International Community * Legendary Nigerian Writer Wole Soyinka: Darfur Crisis "A Blot on the Conscience of the World"
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* Headlines for May 11, 2005 * Seymour Hersh: Iraq "Moving Towards Open Civil War"
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